As you may have heard, in New England, we have rusty cars. Lots of them. It’s disgusting. The best that we can hope for is that our fenders and suspension don’t fly off unexpectedly on the highway. Because that kind of stuff actually happens around here. Quite regularly, I see control arms rotted in half, entire mufflers in the middle of the road, and struts where the lower coil mount snaps off and allows the coil to stab the tire. . . . → Read More: Hate Rust? I Will Show You One Way To Slow It Down.
Amidst some blurry pictures of “Jungle Jim’s” famous funny car, was a New England Dragway entrance ticket from August 6th 1972. How intriguing I thought… I pulled it out of the album and flipped over the business card that was with it, only to discover something truly incredible. . . . → Read More: In the 1972, Drag Racing Was a Bit Slower.
A few weeks ago, I found myself with a flat tire in the RX8. The air had been leaking out slowly over a few days, so I assumed that I had a nail in it, as usual. . . . → Read More: 5 Easy Steps To Repairing a Tire With Hair Spray and a Shovel
It’s got some old blue patina on it, and looks like it could tell some great stories. It’s too bad that tools can’t talk. . . . → Read More: What Is The Oldest Tool In Your Tool Box?
Old Jaguars are beautiful, especially the 1958-60 XK-150′s. . . . → Read More: This is a Jaguar XK 150
Last week, I decided to replace the ol’ spark plugs on my 2005 Subaru Impreza RS. While the car was running perfectly fine, I figured that they were due since the car had 105K miles on it. . . . → Read More: Spark Plugs: The Old Vs. The New